Images | Minimum:Min. 1, Maximum:Max. 6
Total Samples | Minimum:Min. 1, Maximum:Max. 6
Jury Dates: 3/27/23 - 4/10/23
Boulder Creek Neighborhoods and the Rogers Farm HOA are accepting applications for a public art feature(s) to be located at their two small adjacent pocket parks. Creatives working in three-dimensional sculptural design are eligible to apply and be considered for a site-specific sculptural commission. The maximum budget allocated for this project is $42,000.
This public art project opportunity offers the possibility for a commission of a site-specific sculptural public art feature(s) through a Request for Qualifications (RFQ) process as posted on the CaFE website www.callforentry.org. After review of applicant qualifications, the resulting semi-finalists will be invited to submit a Request for Proposal (RFP).
RFQ applicants are asked to:
- Submit up to six (6) image examples of previously commissioned public art sculptural projects.
- Provide a demonstrated interest and ability to complete the project.
The vision of the Rogers Farm Public Art Project is to feature a site-specific public art feature that can help define the neighborhood yet harken back to the area’s history. The placement of the design feature at the site(s) will highlight and showcase the long view looking west toward the mountain range and east towards the new Downtown Superior and roundabout.
The site-specific design commission may be a singular or series of sculpture pieces that incorporate unique and creative design elements. Themes could embody a modern spin on the Town’s history, western culture or Superior’s geographical gateway location. Sculptural feature(s) cannot incorporate nor impede upon the grassy areas of the pocket parks.
The Rogers Farm neighborhood is located not far off of Highway 36 and McCaslin Blvd. in Superior, CO.
Town of Superior staff is assisting the Boulder Creek Neighborhoods and the Rogers Farm HOA with the administrative needs of this call-for-entry. The selection panel will be comprised of Town of Superior staff, members from the Superior Cultural Arts and Public Spaces (CAPS) Advisory Committee, Boulder Creek Neighborhoods, and Rogers Farm HOA members to collaboratively celebrate the history of the Rogers Farm neighborhood site.
The selection panel will narrow down the pool of candidates to no more than three (3) semi-finalists who will be invited to participate in the RFP process in order to design a proposal for a site-specific commission. Semi-finalist proposals will to be reviewed by the same selection panel as noted above.
Semi-finalists will be paid a stipend of $1,000 to prepare and present a proposal.
Future RFP Proposal Process Information for Semi-Finalists
- Each semi-finalist will present a full-color rendering of their design proposal.
- A detailed budget will also be required as part of the presentation. The detailed budget must include all expenditures in connection with the execution of the project as detailed in the project budget scope.
- The selected creative/creative team will enter into a contract agreement with the Town of Superior and must carry general liability insurance of $1 million and execute the design as presented.
- Project installation date will be determined jointly by the creative/creative team, Town of Superior staff, Boulder Creek Neighborhoods and the Rogers Farm HOA.
- The selected creative/creative team will work closely with the Town of Superior staff throughout the project timeline
The budget for a site-specific design commission is $42,000 and shall be inclusive of all associated costs with the site-specific design project including, but not limited to: design fee, materials, fabrication, engineering/structural engineering, general liability and auto insurance, transportation, site preparation, installation, delivery, travel and accommodations, documentation, permit(s), site modification and restoration, contingency and any other costs related to the project, including overhead.
RFQ APPLICATION REQUIREMENTS
1. All materials must be submitted through CaFE website www.callforentry.org.
2. Submit up to six (6) digital images of completed public art or site-specific design work. No more than 2 images per project are permitted. Do not submit images of past proposals that were not executed.
3. Include a corresponding list describing the images (dimensions, title, year, material description, budget, etc.).
4. Resume that includes demonstrated experience with commissioned site-specific public art designs.
5. Letter of interest.
1. All applicants must be U.S. citizens or permanent U.S. residents at least 18 years of age.
2. Eligible applicants include creatives working in three-dimensional design, including but not limited to, public artists, sculptors, architects or landscape architects.
3. Applicants may apply as an individual creative or as a creative team of multi-disciplinary professionals and must demonstrate experience with site-specific design in order to qualify.
4. Qualifications and professional samples of past public artworks are required to be considered for this project. From this RFQ, up to three (3) finalists will be selected to present design concepts.
5. Semi-finalists will be paid a stipend to develop and present their artwork design concepts. Please do not submit design proposals to this RFQ, as those proposals will be removed from the selection process. Only the selected semi-finalists will be invited to submit proposals.